Windlesham Gallery

Some of the photos from our Grace day in Windlesham Village. April 29th 2017.  Windlesham is the first hedgehog friendly village 

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Windlesham Bowls Club

Around the UK, thousands of people are taking part in a sport that stands as a reassuring emblem of British society - one that has remained popular for centuries. When you think of bowls, it brings connotations of the summer, of parks and pristine village greens with young and old dressed in white and the gentle ripple of applause. Windlesham, the quintessential Surrey village, has had a Bowls green since 1933; the site adjoins the village Club and Theatre. Bowls is a sport filled with local heroes - every club seems to have one - and Windlesham is no exception. Take 90 year old Reg Rapley, current Chairman and the club’s Green keeper, who has played at the club for decades and both he - and his wife - have won almost every competition the club plays in.

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Windlesham: First Hedgehog-Friendly Village!

Hundreds of locals came to the Sun Public House in the centre of the village for a day of fun and celebration, and to find out more about everyone’s favourite wild animal - the Hedgehog. Saturday 29th April is now a red letter day for Windlesham as it became the first ‘Hedgehog Friendly’ village in England.

Harper Asprey Wildlife Rescue  started their Amazing Grace campaign that features Grace, a rescue hedgehog that came to the centre with a bad cut and too underweight to survive winter hibernation. 

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